You'll meet other people in your age and interest group through a series of face-to-face six minute "pre-dates" in a private area at a local upscale restaurant/bar. After a successful "match" and quick exchange of e-mails, I asked Theresa to a local concert.
Likely due to the successful "first-vibes" of our pre-date, we hit it off instantly and have been a couple ever since...." - More Speed Dating Success Stories -- Events near you!
Basquez didn’t start out looking to become a Catholic version of yenta, with women singing out what they’re hoping for in a match.
Instead, she began her career with the improbable combination of journalism and accounting as majors.
She went on to become a full-time journalist for secular papers for ten years before becoming a freelance journalist for many Catholic papers, writing regularly for the Fort Collins’s as a restaurant critic for five years, which would later serve her business well.
I’ll see if I can’t pop into Instagram and answer the questions. I bought my Marin Pine mt SS 29’er more than a couple years back here on Jenson and it is by far my favorite bike to ride bar none.
DENVER – Ask any single person over 30, or under 30 for that matter, and you’ll get the same answer: Dating isn’t easy.Most singles have done it at least once, and many have profiles on multiple sites, the idea being if one is good, more must be better.Speed dating, on the other hand, has been somewhat relegated to the punch line of a movie like “The 40-Year-Old Virgin” or the dustbin of the early 2000s. It still exists, and if Anna Maria Basquez, founder of Denver Catholic Speed Dating & Faith Match, is right, it could be just what a jaded Catholic dater is looking for.It is important to know how to do this in a considerate way. Things have been going well but you feel the need to branch out.How it is done will depend on how long you have known the person, and at what level. You really need a change of scene from that restaurant (and perhaps you’re wallet does too!